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Oregon State University, Corvallis
(4.6/5 based on 140 reviews on the web)
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  • The stadium was clean and very well staffed. While not all were knowledgeable about finding seats, they were friendly and helpful. Bathrooms were sufficient and our seats were good. We sat in the chai...  more »
  • After four years of visits I most enjoyed the school work out facility and the football games. Memorial Union at the centre of campus is worthy of a visit 
  • Oregon State University offers an awsome structure, very good professors and good rooms to live inside on compus. 
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  • Dorms are ok. Food isn't bad compared to other universities. Athletic facilities are top noch
  • As a single parent & transfer student I expected more. They force you to pay a 200$ non refundable deposit and then screw you on transfer credits. 200$ is a lot of money to find out they will only accept half as many credits as other universities. I co-applied to 2 other public universities as I have over 100 credit hours and all except OSU applied them and would allow me to move into major-specific courses. Not OSU- they hardly applied any of my credits and literally have waste of time classes (fitness) they expected I take. I went to an accredited state public college in FL - all of my credits are college-level courses (and taken by UF etc) and I feel as though OSU takes advantage of its students. So, as a transfer student, I strongly do NOT recommend. Look at your options!
  • my motsjer wnt here. i got gud schoolingg herrre
  • Dr. Lipsky has lied to torture Wild Horses (and has lied & has no scientific basis for doing s ).for the BLM.Horses have evolved in North America over the last 55 + MILLION YEARS & no where else & they never went extinct. Dr. Liipsky apparently wanting money is performing cruel procedures on Wild Horses. Subsidized cattle outnumber Wild Horses 47-1 on Americas Public Lands and are owned by people like the Koch Brothers. These cattle pollute all water sources, destroy all native plant live & soil & cause toxic foreign weed explosion. In addition these cattle are causing climate change & destroying all wildlife & their habitats. I guess this shows OSU has no scientific or ethical standards & is in fact corrupt & cruel to animals.
  • Great campus. It's been great working on campus as a ccb.'d contractor. The campus is busy with construction. But it will be worth it.